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The Larks  - Billy Graham's Going To Heaven flac album
  • Performer The Larks
  • Title Billy Graham's Going To Heaven
  • Date of release 1987
  • Style Punk, Ska
  • Other formats MOD ADX AHX RA AA MIDI WAV
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1986 mb
  • Size FLAC 1948 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 333

Billy Graham made clear that this Earth was just a way station on our journey to heaven. Billy Graham often was called upon to soothe the nation in stressful times. But his words of wisdom resounded no matter what the situation. And he made clear that this Earth was just a way station: My home is in heaven. I’m just passing through this world. Here's a collection of notable quotes during his life: On the journey to heaven: The most thrilling thing about heaven is that Jesus Christ will be there. I will see Him face to face. Jesus Christ will meet us at the end of life’s journey. Heaven doesn’t make this life less important; it makes it more important. Some of you today are going through heartache and grief so intense that you wonder if it will ever go away. But I want to tell you that our God cares for you and for your family and for your city.

Billy Graham's words of wisdom reached far across the globe, echoing from the past into the future. Over the years, he made clear that this Earth was just his temporary home. Here are some of his best quotes when questioned about what was waiting for him, and us, on the other side: 1. "Some day you will read or hear that Billy Graham is dead. Don't you believe a word of it. I shall be more alive than I am now. I will just have changed my address. I will have gone into the presence of Go. 2. "My home is in Heaven. I'm just traveling through this world

Billy Graham lived his life loving God and loving people. Even in death, the evangelist’s words are touching people’s souls and pointing them to Christ through his ongoing ministry. On Feb. 22, a day after Mr. Graham passed into heaven, Tom, like thousands of others, visited Billy Graham’s memorial page. As he read through the Steps to Peace with God section, which explains how to have a personal relationship with Christ, Tom prayed to commit his life to Him. has renewed my strength again, Tom wrote. As she continued sharing, Gena helped her understand that going to church and believing in God doesn’t make someone a Christian. Gena explained that you have to repent of your sins and ask Jesus to be your Lord and Savior. During a break in their conversation, Sara watched part of a Billy Graham sermon and finally understood the missing piece-a commitment to follow Christ.

The studio album titled Phoenix (2008), the original band's first since 1983's Alpha, was released in April 2008 and peaked at No. 73 on the North American Top 200 albums charts. The original line-up released two more studio albums, Omega (2010) and XXX before Howe departed in January 2013. With new guitarist Sam Coulson, Asia released Gravitas in March 2014. In 2013, he guested on the album Grandine il vento with Renaissance, with whom he had played live 42 years before

Billy Graham's ministry was marked by a focus on eternity. 1. "The moment we take our last breath on earth, we take our first in heaven. I'm just traveling through this world. 3. "One day you'll hear that Billy Graham has died.

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It is Billy Graham’s voice that will be missed most. The beguiling yet commanding North Carolina drawl, accompanied by the stab of a finger, itself as sure as God’s in the old paintings. The Bible says. Graham would announce, pointing to the book that seemed permanently attached to his other hand. And then he would tell us what it said and why it meant what it said and why we must give our lives over to it. The Word, Christians understand, is eternal; it just seems odd that that voice, which for decades seemed just as enduring, is gone. 21 at age 99, and the hundreds of millions who love him have every reason to believe that he is now in a heaven he once, in his hyper-enthusiastic youth, described as follows: We are going to sit around the fireplace and have parties, and the angels will wait on us, and we’ll drive down the golden streets in a yellow.

by Anne Graham Lotz and Billy Graham. Heaven - a new message from billy graham.


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